16 Inspiring Songs That Honor JFK

From the Police to Tori Amos, check out these unique ways musicians paid tribute to the President

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Pearl Jam, 'Brain of J'

After JFK's autopsy, his brain was placed in a container and secured in a locker at the National Archives. But three years later, his secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, discovered that the brain and other autopsy materials were missing, giving conspiracy theorists affirmation that a cover-up was at work and giving Pearl Jam's Mike McCready a memorable first line: "Who's got the brain of JFK?"

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